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About Dope Lemon

It’s a huge day for fans of DOPE LEMON who today announced a July tour of Australia and New Zealand with shows in Melbourne, Fremantle, Sydney, Brisbane and Christchurch before a final stop in Auckland. 

The shows mark the first Dope Lemon tour since the 2022 album release Rose Pink Cadillac. Like a 60s soul standard, it’s the classy champagne-soaked red carpet and heart that beats underneath a new era of Dope Lemon.  

Tickets go on sale at 9am, Friday May 6. 

My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the My Live Nation presale beginning 9am, Thursday May 5 until 8am, Friday May 6 For complete tour and ticket information, visit: and

Dope Lemon, aka Angus Stone, has amassed over 400 million streams from his two widely acclaimed albums, Smooth Big Cat (2019) which came in at #2 on the ARIA Album charts, and Honey Bones (2016), as well as the Hounds Tooth EP. The release of Honey Bones was an instant-classic and saw Dope Lemon become not just a melting curio of artistic experimentation, but a fully-fledged cultural phenomenon. 

With sold out national and international headline tours under his belt, the third album Rose Pink Cadillac was a welcomed release with soulful singles Rose Pink Cadillac, Kids Fallin in Love  and Every Day Is A Holiday featuring Winston Surfshirt.

Written and recorded by Stone during the pandemic, under the spectre of global turmoil, its sun-kissed unabashedly romantic outlook persists despite that. This is a record to put on with your loved ones and overtake you with its wash of feeling.   

Rose Pink Cadillac is not an album that requires much for a listener to be able to enjoy it. An open mind, open spirit and willingness to give yourself over to its melodies and infectious groves for 53 minutes is all it asks.” Triple J